Hybrid organic-inorganic electrodes: The molecular material formed between polypyrrole and the phosphomolybdate anion

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  • This work was supported by DGICYT (Spain) (PB93-0122). We thank the Ministerio de Educación y Ciencia for a predoctoral fellowship (MEC-AECI) awarded to M.L.C.

Abstract

Hybrid molecular electrodes, based on a conducting polymer matrix containing a dispersion of an electroactive inorganic component, are reported. The phosphomolydate anion, [PMo12O40]3⊖, is dispersed in polypyrrole to investigate cooperative phenomena between the components. The interactions are shown to influence the magnetic, electrical, photochemical and electrochemical properties of these composite materials.

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